In the News
Check out some of the press coverage that Lone Star Parity Project has taken part in. For press inquiries, please email us at email@example.com.
ETX Covered: Lone Star Parity Project
Our co-founder and Research Director Adrianna Maberry explains how we us our research to increase the number of women at all levels of politics in Texas.
Salons to Inspire: Diversity in Data
Our co-founders joined the Movement Maker Tribe.
“The numbers only get us so far in understanding... it strips away all the beauty and storytelling of what women bring to office.”- Adrianna Maberry
Y'all-itics: Could gender parity help Texas lawmakers get more done
Our co-founders shared their insight on women+ in Texas politics following the 2020 election. Brooke and Adrianna talked about the recent, never-before-seen findings in the State of the Texas Woman 2021.
Coffee & Politics 101
Our co-founders Brooke and Adrianna discuss the status of women in Texas politics on Coffee and Politics 101, a local North Texas broadcast.
As a team, we produce relevant research to the community. Occasionally, we present our research findings and written features in opinion pieces for local news outlets. Below are our published articles.
"We noticed that the information we were seeking about the day-to-day campaign operations were intertwined with each individual candidate’s story — we were gathering information that was untapped. For example: when a woman runs for office in El Paso, her advice for successful campaigns can look drastically different from the advice we hear out of Dallas."
"Interventions that focus on electing women are rarely expanded beyond the federal level. Programs don’t cater their tactics to unique regions or even states, but instead, introduce nationwide practices to get more women elected. An updated approach that tackles the obstacles preventing women candidates from running and winning on a localised level is needed."
"While Collin County leads the Lone Star state in gender parity, the county falls behind in other avenues of diverse representation. In the 2016 Presidential election, voters turned the county purple with 58% of residents voting Republican and 41% of residents voting Democratic yet there are currently zero Democratic elected officials; all countywide officials are Republican."